Got 8 delivered last week after they went on sale. Replaced an 8x3tb wd red array (with 1500 runtime hours) in my plex server with them. Formatted and raid 5 they're making a clean 65TB of storage.
The firmware is stored in the “Main Controller Chip”. This transfer operation usually requires a professional to complete. HDD PCB firmware transfer tools: Hot air gun, tweezers, etc. HDD PCB firmware transfer service: Usually we can find your local phones, TV, electronic repair shop experts to help, the cost is $5-20.
Just got my black friday WD Easystore opened. (One month late because I've been lazy.) Shuck it and start using it, I noticed that there's random noise from the drive when reading / writing. Sounds to me like the head loses the track and tries to relocate itself. Installed Debian on to this...
Nach den Diskinfos meiner Sharkoon 5Bay -Raidstations: WD100EFAX-68LHPN0 (FW 83.H0A83) (Original WD RED NAS 10TB, einzeln bulk) WD100EMAZ-00WJTA0 (FW 83.H0A83) (Alte WD Desktop Elements 10TB White Label REDs ) WD101EMAZ-11G7DA0 (FW 81.00A81) (Neue WD Desktop Elements 10TB) ...aktuelle Chargen !
Which software are you using to scan the drives ? I have 5 of these in my NAS in ZFS / RAID2 . I have seen some disconnects happen randomly which cause a very short resilver. ... ata-WDC_WD100EMAZ-00WJTA0_JEGLJXAN ONLINE 0 0 0 wwn-0x5000cca267c7c89e ONLINE 0 0 0 wwn-0x5000cca267c8561f ONLINE 0 0 0 ...
Jul 12, 2006 · I have a WD80EFAX (helium version, taken from external) and a WD100EMAZ (also from external), and the noise profile is the same: quiet motor noise, loud seeks, and autonomous background operations (e.g. "thump" every 5 seconds).
They all share the following common features : NAS Compatibility – Advanced firmware technology built into every WD Red drive, enables seamless integration, robust data protection and optimal performance for systems operating in NAS and RAID environments.
Q: I think I have a faulty board. I have west digital wd100emaz-00wjta0. P/n 2w10228. S/n 2yj2grhd. SATA 256mb cache. Date 10 aug 2018. Any help would be greatly appreciated.